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Is your front-turn signal light bulb in your 2011 Subaru Impreza Outback Sport going out? Use this guide to replace the dead bulb with a new one and have a working turn signal again.

  1. First, check to see if your front-turn signal is not working properly or not bright enough.
    • First, check to see if your front-turn signal is not working properly or not bright enough.

  2. Turn on your car and turn your wheels so that you have access to the headlights and front-turn signal. Make sure the car is in park and turned off before you begin making your repair.
    • Turn on your car and turn your wheels so that you have access to the headlights and front-turn signal.

    • Make sure the car is in park and turned off before you begin making your repair.

  3. Use a flathead screwdriver and your hand to loosen the panel. Pry the front bumper open away from the black panel.
    • Use a flathead screwdriver and your hand to loosen the panel.

    • Pry the front bumper open away from the black panel.

  4. Look inside of the bumper and up towards where the headlights and front-turn signal are. Locate the white bulb socket for the front-turn signal. Reach inside and grab the white bulb socket
    • Look inside of the bumper and up towards where the headlights and front-turn signal are.

    • Locate the white bulb socket for the front-turn signal.

    • Reach inside and grab the white bulb socket

    • Twist counter-clockwise to remove the bulb and socket from their position.

  5. You should see the bulb being removed from its front-turn signal location. You should see the bulb being removed from its front-turn signal location. You should see the bulb being removed from its front-turn signal location.
    • You should see the bulb being removed from its front-turn signal location.

  6. Pull the bulb socket and bulb out to an easy to handle area. Remove the nonfunctioning bulb from the bulb socket. Insert new bulb into the bulb socket and twist clockwise until it is tightly fastened.
    • Pull the bulb socket and bulb out to an easy to handle area.

    • Remove the nonfunctioning bulb from the bulb socket.

    • Insert new bulb into the bulb socket and twist clockwise until it is tightly fastened.

  7. Now your front-turn signal should be working properly.
    • Now your front-turn signal should be working properly.

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